Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage Laboratory

Overcoming challenges with renewable energy storage and transport

Our Research

Our research group aims to overcome the challenges associated with renewable energy storage and transport. We hope to contribute to the future electrification, decarbonization, and sustainability of various modern industries, including transportation, chemical, and wastewater treatment, with positive environmental, social, and economic outcomes.

Opportunities for

We welcome undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers who are interested in designing next-generation materials and reactors for renewable fuel production and resource recovery. We strive to create an inclusive, welcoming, and collaborative environment for each and every one of you, allowing you to thrive with your designated goals and objectives.

Industry Partnerships

We are open to collaborating with industrial partners to evaluate the therapeutic outcomes of new medical devices or drugs on cardiovascular diseases.

The Lab

Welcome to the Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage (RECS) Laboratory at Colorado State University. The lab is directed by Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Reza Nazemi. It is located at the Colorado State University Powerhouse Energy Campus in Fort Collins, Colorado. 

We are a self-motivated, supportive, and enthusiastic team who strive to make impactful contributions to achieve a net zero carbon economy in the next couple of decades.

Real World Impact

The research in our laboratory works toward decarbonizing emission-intensive industries and transitioning from a linear to a circular economy that promotes sustainability and minimizes waste. 



Our Team